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Winners of the 2014 EMC Green Data Center Challenge

This years winners are:


Haylee Hilgers & Jason Hyacinthe


Arizona State University

Winners of the 2014 Java Blitz

This years winners are: Larry Standage, Samuel Slater, and Zachary Peshke


Faculty Sponsor: Rameen Kaliqu
Chandler-Gilbert Community College


 

Winners of the 2014 Green Video Competition

This years winners are: Dustin Allen, Kendra Charnick, Joel Parker, and Brian Weeks


Faculty Coach: Eli Chmouni
Chandler-Gilbert Community College


 

Winner of the 2014 Virtual Android™ App Showdown

This years winner is:

Bryan Geesey

ITT Technical Institute

Winners of the 2014 Solar Scrimmage

This years winners are: Drew Carlson, Jennifer Hooker, and Justin Arispe


Faculty Coach: Bruce Carlton
Mesa Community College


 


 

Winners of the 2014 Cisco Networking Expert Battle

This years winners are: Huy Mai and Justin Woys


Faculty Sponsor: Tom Polliard
South Mountain Community College

Winners of the 2014 HP Build the Fastest Computer

This years winners are: Jeremy Morgan, Blake Knoll, and Troy Gerloff 


Faculty Sponsor: Eli Chmouni
Chandler-Gilbert Community College


 


 

Winners of the 2014 Digital Design Dilemma

This years winners are: Michelle Smekal, Niccolo Horvath, and Neel Mistry


Faculty Sponsor: Bassam Matar
Chandler-Gilbert Community College


 

Winners of the 2014 Desktop Domination

This years winners are:


William Hartman & Kelly Stahlberg


The University of Advancing Technology


 

Winners of the 2014 Robot Race Obstacle Course

This years winners are: Federico Ortega, Richard Dale, and Spencer Hall


Faculty Sponsor: Bruce Carlton
Mesa Community College

Winners of the 2014 JDA Supply Chain Challenge

This years winners are: Aaron Barnard, Matt Mulholland, Tushar Solanki and Meredith Titus
Southern Methodist University

About the Avnet Tech Games


The Avnet Tech Games (ATG) is an annual college technology competition that provides students with an opportunity to apply what they learn in school to real-world scenarios. Students compete in teams and each winning team member is eligible to receive a scholarship up to $1,000 in value. Thousands of students will graduate and apply for the same jobs, but the ones who get the best jobs have one thing in common: experience outside the classroom. Adding the Avnet Tech Games to your resume can be the difference that can land you the job that will launch your career.

The Virtual Games are open to college students nationwide. Student teams are presented with a scenario and compete against other student teams from colleges across the country. Projects are submitted to judges who are able to score them remotely and declare a winner. 

The Avnet Tech Games competitive events provide students with an opportunity to:

Exercise team-building, decision-making and creative skills



  • Develop skills for future leadership roles

  • Demonstrate knowledge and competency in selected fields

  • Connect with local employers 

  • Obtain hands-on experience outside the classroom

Event Sponsors